What if all existence—that includes you and I, your senator, as well as your favorite flower vendor—are one, connected to one another in a unique way?
In Vision of a Mental Patient, Ted Hodge proposes that certain mechanisms in life hide the unity of mind, space, and time. He goes on to elaborate why this is so. He then offers the means to overcome these obstacles, expounding on concepts and results that could, in a manner of speaking, surprise even the most hardened of readers who think they have read it all.
Vision of a Mental Patient, then, is no ordinary book. It challenges not just a few orthodoxies, offers new ones of its own, and combines the essence of alternative science and new age literature in a dreamlike array of ideas to challenge one’s own.
For those who are up to the challenge, Vision of a Mental Patient offers a novel way of looking at established ideas and institutions, as well as an intriguing approach to looking at existence itself.
About the Author
A resident of Dracut, MA, Ted Hodge enjoys playing his bass guitar, reading, and computers.
(2010, paperback, 338 pages)
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